Testimonial #8

What you do is genuinely good for people, tangible and real. The forums you organize at the UN are informative as well as therapeutic. In addition to having the UN Ambassador from Rwanda speak, I was impressed at how there was a special place on the program for surviving victims of mass trauma, genocide, and torture tell their stories and be validated in a safe yet international public forum. I think these efforts should be extended and deserve our support.

Professor Ray Paloutzian
Professor of Psychology
Westmont College
Santa Barbara, CA

Good intentions are no longer enough. I wanted to support humanity in my own way. Meaningful World was a natural way for me to help the victims of tsunami.

So many systems have failed us and as we transition from failed models, attitudes and behaviors that are polarizing, destructive and failing all around us I could not just sit back, be overwhelmed and do nothing… I am doing something with Meaningful World.

Meaningful World cultivates well-being, relatedness, a deep awareness and understanding how to elevate some of the world's suffering. Our choices impact all living systems and I choose to be an agent of good.